Pan’s Lodge combines inspired creativity with exceptionally good quality, backed by a proven problem-solving infrastructure that guarantees reliability, consistency and exacting attention to detail.
Specialists in the design and supply of interior architectural elements for nearly 20 years, our work is to be found in a number of significant properties including Grade I Listed buildings by John Nash and Sir Edwin Lutyens, and from Mayfair apartments to an award winning, state of the art non-denominational funeral chapel.
Our designs are inspired by historical reference (period properties, interior elements and architectural pattern books) re-worked for contemporary tastes and application.
Our Design Elements Collection incorporates panelled rooms, doors, cabinetry, fire surrounds, plaster mouldings and window hardware: finials, holdbacks and pelmet panels.
Guarantees of excellence
Pan’s Lodge design elements can be seen in Chelsea Harbour trade showrooms, King’s Road galleries, at Decorex International and interior exhibitions nationwide, and are regularly featured in a variety of magazines including The World of Interiors.
Our contractors have all worked with us for at least a decade. They include specialist joiners, cabinet fitters and expert plaster-work installers.
All our architectural elements are made in the UK by the best manufacturing workshops. We have forged superb relationships with independent artisans and crafts people and continue to use different specialist workshops for their varied expertise and craftmanship.
Our one-off commissioned pieces have sold at auction as collector’s items.
Architects and designers value the way our long track record in interior design helps streamline projects because we understand the practicalities of assembly and installation on site. We use CAD software to dovetail our interior design elements with the architect’s work, liaising closely to ensure a seamless fit.
Why Pan’s Lodge?
After Pan, the Greek god of nature in ancient mythology. Gate Lodges and Temples were often erected in his name and the interior architectural detailing of 18th/19th century gate lodges (Rococo, Gothic or Classical) continues to inspire the work of Pan’s Lodge founder Carmen Evans.
And then, Pan is also her grandmother’s name!